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Guest Host: Sam Litzinger
‘Tis the season for graduate school admissions. But this year, many local graduate programs are expecting a flood of applications from workers who are seeking refuge from the economic storm. We talk with officials from several local graduate institutions about the big stories of this year’s admissions cycle.
- Nathan Bell Director of Research and Policy Analysis, Council of Graduate Schools
- Jacqueline Linde Assistant Dean of Marketing, Admissions & Outreach, School of Public Affairs, American University
- Kelly Wilson Assistant Dean, Director, Full-Time MBA Admissions,McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University
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